Thanks to Dr Tedd George for the heads up on the Flickr page published by Bristol Reference Library, which contains images of some Chatterton originals, along with short descriptions:
Dr Tedd George is a remarkable man and it's well worth visiting his website - and not just because he is a fan of Chatterton, which is obvious by his Chatterton article on the website.
Tedd is the founder and Chief Narrative Officer of Kleos Advisory and advises on digital & agritech projects in Sub-Saharan Africa and emerging markets. Tedd regularly appears as chairman, speaker and moderator on the world conference and webinar circuit and as a commentator in the media. Tedd has a diverse range of specialities, including African markets, disruptive technology (Fintech, agritech & regtech), soft commodities (especially cocoa), agribusiness, trade and trade finance, supply chain integrity and ESG. Video
From a personal perspective, Tedd has recently published a book about his and his father's deep connection to the Crucible theatre in Sheffield, where his father introduced the Thrust Stage, and became its first Artistic Director. https://kleosadvisory.uk/tyrone-guthrie-and-the-crucible-theatre/
I know, I know, there's nothing here about the Aardvark. That's because the missing Aardvark is a play on the fact I knew nothing about the Flickr exhibition, and so it is missing from my website, along with the originals it contains.
Here's a YouTube clip of Dr Johnson showing his dictionary to the King.